LOS ANGELES, July 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
- Largest Internet-Based Television Network Streams Final Shuttle Mission to PC and Mobile
FilmOn.com Inc., (http://www.FilmOn.com/), the first and largest internet-based high-definition television service, announced today that the much publicized final Space Shuttle Launch will be carried on its Web and Mobile Based IPTV platform for free on the NASA HD Channel.
Webmasters and site owners can embed the free FilmOn Stream using the embed tag http://www.filmon.com/channel/export/330.
Or viewed from the Web on the NASA HD Channel on http://www.FilmOn.com
iPad, Blackberry and Droid users can also watch without an app by simply surfing to http://www.FilmOn.com and selecting NASA HD.
NASA HD will continue to run follow-up footage to the launch along with their ongoing programming after the Shuttle Launch. NASA HD programming can be accessed on the electronic program guide on FilmOn.com. Along with NASA HD content carried for free on FilmOn.Com, The Pentagon Channel, Weather Nation, France 24 and Russia Today are also carried at no charge on the Filmon.Com channel lineup.
"The last Space Shuttle launch is a momentous occasion that we are privileged to stream in HD to our online television audience. We want to be part of space history that will live in American hearts forever," said Alki David, founder and chairman, FilmOn.com.
Completing their heavy focus in news, FilmOn.com just created and launched the Associated Press Breaking News Channel (AP Breaking News) on its network. FilmOn.com is the first network to create a branded Associated Press channel exclusively utilizing direct feeds from Associated Press TV. Other News Networks FilmOn carries includes France News 24, Al Jazeera, Russia Today and several European and Spanish speaking news channels.
"The AP Breaking News channel provides news the way consumers want news-in realtime from live feeds, without interruption from news anchors or hosts," said Alki David, "Just as we are changing the way consumers watch live TV, we are helping redefine the idea of a 24 hour news channel."
About AP News
AP Television News is the international television division of The Associated Press (http://www.ap.org), the world's oldest and largest newsgathering organization. It is the world's leading video news agency, delivering breaking global news, sport, entertainment, technology and human interest video content to broadcasters, online and mobile platforms.
About FilmOn.com Inc.
FilmOn also provides subscribers with the ability to download up to six movies per month from FilmOn's 40,000+ title film library.
FilmOn currently carries more than 60 channels of live content including Fashion TV, Cultra TV, Jewish Life TV, Soundtrack Channel, Weather Nation, My Combat Channel, RockOn TV, X-Treme Sports, NASA HD, Flaunt, Motorz, Wine Channel TV, Macabre theatre and Al Jazeera. FilmOn also carries a number of their own exclusive content channels including FilmOn Movies, Sports, Docu (Documentary), Drama, Horror, and adult content.
FilmOn.com Inc was founded in March 2009 by FilmOn.com Plc, a Berlin-listed company (2F0A-BER) and is operated independently by a dedicated U.S management team with offices in Los Angeles and London.
About Alki David
FilmOn.com's founder and CEO Alki David is a digital media entrepreneur living in London and Beverly Hills. He is a technologist and movie maker who has also acted principal roles in The Bank Job and The Grid. Most recently he produced and stars in the title role of Guido, along with Armand Assante, Billy Zane and Gary Busey. Mr. David is married to swimsuit designer and fitness model Jennifer Stano.
SOURCE FilmOn.com Inc.